At 20:33 10/23/2002 -0800, BLT wrote:

Maybe with satellite technology they will eventually solve the riddle of the Ark which some suppose is on Ararat to this day. Haven't they used sophisticated imaging and satellite technology to find roads and cities buried under the sands of the Arabian peninsula? Maybe they will learn to see through ice. I'd love to know what is on the surface buried thousands of feet beneath the southern, Antarctic icecap. If the earth has actually shifted its axis, and climates were once very much different, who knows what they might find?


Maybe even that pen I set down somewhere and can't seem to recall where.

Till  (or single socks!)

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